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Photo listing : route signs

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MTB route marker, Les Vans

MTB route marker, Les Vans

MTB route marker, Salles-la-Source

MTB marker on this rough link path off the track to Salles-la-Source

MTB route marker on the track to Salles-la-Source

No Motor Vehicles on this rocky path to Carennac - the equestrian route to the right is easier.





Route signs at start of railtrail southeast from Sarlat

Map of railtrail southeast from Sarlat

Map of cycle routes, Sarlat - including on the former railway to the southeast

Route signs, Sarlat station

Toucan Crossing, Walford Road, Ross on Wye Destination on the sign but no indication of how far it is to Hildersley.


NCN423 parallel to the A40 trunk road.

Sign for MTB route along the Vezere river opposite Les Eyzies

Sign for MTB route along the Vezere river opposite Les Eyzies

Sign directs the Bridgewater Way onto the right hand fork - which leads to some steps #88334. It is far more sensible to keep to the newly tarmacked towpath.

Hand ferry to Symonds Yat east. Bicycles carried for 70 pence in 2019.

NCN423 Symonds Yat


Signs for MTB route over the Les Eyzies bridge and to a mountain bike washing point.

Sign for MTB route over the bridge at Les Eyzies

Cycle route sign at level crossing, Les Eyzies.

Cycle route signs near Lascaux

MTB route sign from Lascaux towards the Château de la Grande Filolie

Route sign from Lascaux to Montignac

Sign for cycle route to the Lascaux caves

MTB route markers and goat (approximate location)

MTB route marker

Sign for walking and MTB routes through the grounds of the Château de la Grande Filolie (location approximate)

Sign for walking and MTB routes through the grounds of the Château de la Grande Filolie

NCN46 Kilpeck

NCN46 Kilpeck

Route sign and rather odd End of Cycle Route sign

Route sign at start of shared-use footway towards Girton and Cambridge

The route ahead should be signed as a cycle link to the busway route - but in fact it's closed for Northstowe construction at the moment.

Signage leading to the Airedale Greenway from Keighley.

Route sign on the busway route at Longstanton

Signage for NCN66 at a toucan crossing across Prince's Way, plus an entrance to the Jacob's Well underpass.

The sign for Little Horton and Marshfields on NCN66 is at odds with the one in the distance straight ahead (seen at #110463). Maybe you can go both ways.

The stainless steel sign for NCN66 at Bridge Street is very difficult to spot, and directs cyclists the wrong way down a one-way street.

A route sign for NCN66 on Nelson Street. The road ahead leads to a bus gate at #110421.

A sign for NCN66 pointing in a different direction to the blue Sustrans arrow sticker.

Cycle directions for the sliplane shown in #110470 included in a large motoring sign.

A route sign for NCN66 and other destinations at Prince's Way.

NCN66 for permit holders only?

Cycle Superhighway sign on Lower Kirkgate.

A Sustrans sticker leading the way to the National Cycle Network through the car park at Sandal & Agbrigg station.

A route sign outside Sandal & Agbrigg station.

A route sign for what I guess will be the West Yorkshire Cycle Route in Ilkley.

A sign for the West Yorkshire Cycle Route directing cyclists along the A65. There didn't appear to be any cycle facilities on this road.

A route sign for Tanshelf Station, a race course, Xscape and Castleford on Stuart Road, seen from Sessions House Yard from where there is a path connecting to a pedestrian crossing on Stuart Road. A further sign on Colonel's Walk continues ... [more]

A route sign for the cycle route in #110141 going via the footbridge over Jubilee Way.

A route sign for Featherstone, Normanton and Wakefield on the edge of Pontefract town centre.

Tiny cycle signs for Pontefract town centre on the A645 at Gillygate.

A sign for Baghill Station and across the road a tiny sign for the town centre.

Cyclists to join the triple lane carriageway of Wakefield Road.

A cycle sign reading "Wakefield Road (use nearside lane)". Let's have a look... #110656

A route sign for NCN66 at Channing Way.

A route sign for NCN66 at a split toucan crossing across Hall Ings.

A route sign for CS1 next to the shopping mall, and an extra big kerb.

Route sign for CS1 near Bradford Cathedral.

Approaching the end of the segregated cycle track from Valley Road.

A route sign for NCN66 on the road away from Forster Square station.

A route sign for the Airedale Greenway outside Bingley station.

A sign for some cycle parking, although I couldn't see any outside the station where the sign is pointing. However, there is cycle parking inside the station.

Airedale Greenway signs on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal in Bingley, but watch out for that branch!

Airedale Greenway signage at the overgrown ramp to the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.

Access to the Airedale Greenway across the A650 sliproad.

Airedale Greenway signage in Bingley.

A sign for the Airedale Greenway at one end of Bingley Main Street.

NCN route 11 from Wicken Fen towards Cambridge

Route sign on a loop off the A1123 through Needingworth

Poor signage on NCN 68. Where the canal goes through the Foulridge Tunnel the route over the top is not obvious and several junctions are not signed.

Bigger better signs for NCN route 3 near St Erth station (see #15097)

Signs visible through the trees for various destinations not mentioned at the top of the ramp. Anyone getting this far probably already knows where they are going. Plus an awkward barrier to get around at the bottom of the steep and narrow ... [more]

The access ramp from the Forth & Clyde Canal to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, but nothing on the signpost to say so.

Signs for the Clyde Coastal Path, but not NCN75, outside the entrance to Gourock station. Only some of the poles have a blue stripe on them.

Signs on shared-use route between Truro College and the Royal Cornwall Hospital - not mentioning either.

Two routes to Truro station and city centre - not sure I'd want to take the downhill one

Two routes to Truro station and city centre - not sure I'd want to take the downhill one

I was surprised to see direction signs for HGVs on these country lanes, the largest vehicle I passed was a courteously driven delivery van.

A modern imitation direction sign at Pow Hill, and the roads are still pretty quiet.

Signage at Whitrigg. In addition to the destination signage, there are signs for NCN72, faded signs for the Cumbria Coastal Way walking route (now no longer endorsed by Cumbria County Council) and brown signs for what looks like a Roman-the ... [more]

Distances to Anthorn and Carlisle, next to the transmitting station. There's no actual road junction here, just a farm track.

A sign on the outskirts of Bowness, in the style of the local signage, but with themed destinations.

Directions at Easton, and then the rain started. It looks like the Easton sign arm has been replaced, while the rest of sign is an original. One of many such signs at country road junctions across this area.

Directions at Dykesfield.

NCN72 signage.

Signs in Kirkandrews, including for the main NCN72, a loop to the north, and some that faded out. The main destination signs are a frequent sight in this area, and are useful for their regular updates on the distances remaining.

The end of the shared footway around the A689 roundabout and back onto the carriageway heading towards Kirkandrews. But first, a corduroy 'hazard' tactile strip across the path.

Signs for NCN72 at the unassisted A689 at-grade road crossing next to the roundabout.

NCN72 appears to be signed in all directions around the A689 roundabout.

A route sign for NCN72 on Burgh Road, not facing on-coming cyclists from any direction, not visible from the junction, and not giving destinations or explaining what HCW is. According to the Sustrans website, NCN72 is now routed into Carlis ... [more]

Confirmation of route 72, although NCN72 no longer comes this way according to the Sustrans website.

A battered Sustrans sticker is all that is there to indicate which way to turn at the path junction at the top of the steps. Although OpenStreetMap shows NCN72 routed this way, checking the Sustrans website reveals that it is now routed via ... [more]

The path from Willow Holme Road meets the riverside path, which this sign describes as the Hadrian's Wall Path public footpath.

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